I suppose that would depend on what you eat/drink, but if you are in a hurry to get it, drink some castor oil.
Castor oil is contraindicated during pregnancy. You will be given some gentle and safe purgative by your physician.
A doctor will never tell you to drink Castor Oil. There are no studies that show Castor Oil will induce labor or help your baby flip from the breech position.
Yes, but don't drink it.
Don't drink castor oil! It just gives you stomach pains and diarrohea which you really don't want during labour
Purgatives are not a good idea in pregnancy. If you feel you need to drink castor oil, check with your doctor first.
drink red raspberry leaf tea, go for walks, have intercourse.
No, because if you drink Castor Oil during an early development stage you may harm the baby .The harm happens because drinking Castor Oil causes diarrhea Which may cause your baby to have a bowl movement in the womb.
This would be highly toxic. Castor oil is not made this way. The poison in castor bean seeds is water-soluble and so this mix is deadly...tell someone about this who she will listen to and get whatever help you can to make sure this brew is destroyed and the point understood as to how toxic it is. The Related Link below is a source of information. no its O.K. let her drink it. if you crush the beans the powder you get is also very healthy.
ya it is fine i just got home from my doctors and i am over due she set me a date to induce but said that it would be fine to drink castor oil 3 or 4tblspoons of it cuz nothing is happening 4 me my cervix is 100% but other then that nuthin
2Tables spoons then go walking for a bit it should work,
Not as long as long as you would if you DIDN'T drink alcohol.
You will not go in labor normally at 32 weeks of pregnancy, when you take Castor oil. But then this is not universally true. So you do not give such a brisk purgative to the pregnant woman, at this stage of pregnancy.
I am a 36 mother of 4 i think i am pregnant i last saw my periods last month at the beginning of the month so can i drink castor trouble bring it down Answer Castor oil in a limited dose will help with constipation, not anything else. Take a pregnancy test and visit your doctor if you are pregnant.
It will make you have to poop. You may also throw up other than that nothing.
Yes you can...and a spoonful will lubricate that baby right out of you like greased lightning..
1 Tbs. Castor Oil in a gulp of O.J. followed by the juice of a boiled grapefruit. Bring 1 quart of water and sliced grapefruit to a boil for 15 minutes. Mash the grapefruit with a potato masher and strain the liquid off and drink it down. You can drink it warm or cold, with or without sugar or honey. If your body is ready for labor this is known to work.
Depending on how much they drink, they become drunk.
a french drink 'Lait de Poule'
i don't know about castor oil so i won't advise you...but i know cuz i did it --i walk alot and had sex--i went to labor faster and took me 2 hours to have my baby and drink alot of water too but ask your doctor about castor oil if its safe or not or maybe someone will right to you if it work or not... congrat
At first you will have to swallow an adequate dose Castor Oil in order to move the bowels. The Russian Popular Medicine recommends one milliliter Castor Oil per kilogramm of the human weight; e. g. 60 kg corresponds to 60 ml (= 2 oz) Castor Oil. Second: Normally the first evacuations will beginn 2 to 4 hours after having gulped an andequate dose Castor Oil, exceptionally 1 to 6 hours later. Third: Normally the evacuations of the bowels will begin suddenly without any warning; so stay near the bathroom.
it became the state drink in 1965
Drink your milk! ;D
If the baby has reached full term and you are pretty much ready to deliver, a little castor oil probably won't hurt. Many people claim that this is a valid and helpful way to facilitate delivery. Others say it does nothing. In general, it does nothing if you aren't pretty much ready to deliver. You should review this with your doctor or the delivery room staff of your hospital before you take any action. Considering that a baby is not considered "full term" until 37 weeks I would not suggest taking castor oil until you are at least 37 weeks (after consulting your doctor) Even though you are dilated to a 1, it does not mean that you will be going into labor any time soon. You can be dilated to a 4 and carry a baby for several more weeks. Even though it is proven that castor oil is more effective than some other natural induction methods, it is also debatable on how safe it is. Most doctors do not recommend castor oil until you are over your due date. Some other natural ways that you can help speed things up are: sex, spicy foods, pineapple (helps ripen the cervix), red raspberry leaf tea, walking, and most of all! Just relax!!! Your time will come when the baby is ready!!